For the date, we met up for drinks at a popular sports bar a few Thursdays ago, and we ran into some of my best guy friends randomly.
So we hung out with them for a little while, and it was an awesome, unexpected way to break the ice.
Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick! If he calls and you have time to meet him somewhere great, if he doesn't and you are out living your life, great. I don't think the ball is totally in his court, because you're inviting him to your home. If you want to ask this guy on a date, then ask this guy on a date.
I think you should carry on with your life and not wait around for someone else to decide if hey actually want to come over or not. If I'm the guy, I'm instantly thinking that you're not interested in me outside of being "bros" and I'm probably not too eager to "hang out" with you again.(The last time we spoke was Monday) I don't want to initiate contact because I feel that the ball is totally in his court because I made the plans first. I almost wish one of us could find a different area of practice, but I don’t think either of us should make that sacrifice.I’m guessing there are other readers out there that feel this way, especially when both people are working in the same field, firm, company, etc.So I decided to give dating apps a real shot, and I went out on my first Bumble date last week.
It's so crazy how you can think something is going so well, and then, the feeling isn't reciprocated for whatever reason.
I love romantic comedies, and there seemed to be something a bit unmagical about meeting someone electronically.
I know you recently did a post on dating someone making less money/having more time, and I really enjoyed it.
Our resumes mirror each other’s in a lot of ways, and I can’t help but feel the tension sometimes.
We recently talked about a job for which we both wanted to apply, and that conversation didn’t really go well.
Add to that (and you mentioned this earlier about yourself), a lot of us get really competitive with our significant others about our careers.